The publication Mashable put out an Excellent guide on Google+ that is updated continuously as new topics are covered. A good place to discuss some of the pros and cons of the service with peers. For me the one thing that stands out with Google+ is the ability to really use the circles as filters for content I am sharing. With Facebook groups, I can put friends in filters, but there is no way to post, for instance, just stuff for one segment of my friends, family for instance. With Google+ I can easily do this with a family circle, only sharing what I want with them. You can find the continuously updated Complete Google+ Guide here.
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Geoff is owner/operator of Simon Search Marketing. He graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Business Administration from California State Polytechnic University in 2003. Geoff immediately secured employment as an account coordinator with Grey Direct West, (now G2 Direct & Digital) working for Bank of Americas online banking division. From there Geoff has worked in a search marketing capacity for companies including Intermark Group, Disney Interactive Media Group, and Toyota Dealers Association. During his time Geoff has worked on brands including Disney Family, Toyota, Lexus, National Geographic, Red Bull USA Events, That '70s Show and Carsey Werner.
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